Te Maeve Nui Festival 2022
* 29 Jul - 04 Aug 22
A week-long national culture and dance event held each year to celebrate the August 4th birthday of the Cook Islands as an independent nation. It is the cultural highlight of the Cook Islands year.
This National Event has grown over the years drawing international visitors from across the globe to Rarotonga for a week of cultural festivities and celebrations through the arts, crafts, music, song, dance and local food. Our Cook Islands people are our richest Asset. The whole Nation literally comes to a standstill as we celebrate our unique culture during Te Maeva Nui.
45th Round Rarotonga Road Race
* 22 - 28 Sept 2022
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This Event caters for everyone - the social, recreational and competitive runners, who like to enjoy sandy white beaches, turquoise lagoons and lush tropical hilly terrain in this unique and scenically beautiful environment. This is a fantastic opportunity to combine a holiday with an achievement…and the kids will LOVE IT!
The main event is the 31km round island road race set for Saturday 24th September 2022 and also includes a shorter course in the 10km race which is popular local challenge.
But that’s not all – the Round Raro Road Race includes a number of other running events to help you make the most of your visit to paradise including a 5km Fun Run, Hash House Harriers birthday run, Round the Rock teams relay and the totally mad Nutters Cross Island Run which starts in Titikaveka and heads over mountain ridges, across rugged valleys and riverbeds down to the Avatiu Coastline. This particular run however, is not for the fainthearted and with the record still unbeaten at 45 minutes, promises to be an exciting challenge and a great spectator event. Some races have ‘themes’, while some have a bit of dress-up fun.
If you would like to register yourself or a team, you can email email@example.com.
The Cook Island Games
* 30 Sept - 15 Oct 2022
Cook Islands Games 2022 will see athletes young and old, competing against each other in 25 sports, with a trophy awarded to the overall champion Island. It is a sporting festival that ignites passion, builds character, connects people and bonds Cook Islanders.
The Cook Islands Games 2022 will see individual island teams and athletes young and old, compete against each other in 25 sports, with a trophy awarded to the overall champion island. The CIG will be jointly organised by the Cook Islands Sports & National Olympic Committee (CISNOC), the National Sports Federations and the Island Sports Associations.
It aims to be a meaningful and memorable sporting festival that ignites passion, builds character, connects people and bonds Cook Islanders.